This 3D Artist Makes Live Moving Escher-Like Designs

Perhaps inspired by the infinite loops of Maurits Cornelis Escher, Nantes/Paris motion designer Matthieu Braccini makes his own never ending art.

This 3D Artist Makes Live Moving Escher-Like Designs
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Matthieu Braccini is a motion designer based in Nantes/Paris. He is known for making Escher-like moving art.

Maurits Cornelis Escher was a famous Dutch graphic artist. He was known for his mathematically-inspired work often exploring concepts of infinity. 

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Here is some of Braccini's work from his Instagram account. This first piece is called "Impossible construction no 7" and features a never-ending loop passing a ball around. "No sense but it works... " writes the designer.

 
 
 
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This next work is of a bridge that keeps changing sides. It is simply called "Impossible construction no 6."

 
 
 
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This moving triangle is called "Adaptative Penrose Triangle... Impossible construction n°5." Can you tell where it starts and where it ends?

 
 
 
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"TURN YOUR PHONE ⚠️Chess Upside Down," says Braccini and you can see why. This illustration features a moving chess board complete with rotating pieces.

 
 
 
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Braccini calls this one bathroom maybe because it looks like a bathroom. There is a square piece in the center that seems to travel on an infinite loop.

 
 
 
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This one is called waterfall and stars a ball that seems to be traveling down a waterfall-like structure.

 
 
 
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"BUGBUGBUGBUG?" says this one and features an explosive change of direction.

 
 
 
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Braccini asks the audience to tun their phone for this one. Whichever way you look at it it is bound to mess with your brain.

 
 
 
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If you enjoyed these then you would certainly enjoy Escher's work. Perhaps his most famous piece is the drawing hands:

This one is entitled Waterfall:

Finally, here is some of his symmetry work entitled Circle Limit:

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